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Gorf (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Colecovision
Tags: Shooter
Developer: Coleco
More Platforms: Atari 2600, Atari 5200


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Gorf review

Reviewed November 09, 2009

LowerStreetBlues says: "The Galactic Orbiting Robot Force, better known as Gorf, has its sights set on our humble Earth for its next conquest, its alien fleet traveling through a space warp and descending on the planet in a uniform march. Something must be done. Confronted with such threats before, the Earth people have learned. Before they would commission one pilot to watchguard the planet, roving the lower atmosphere as descenders continued to fall. But ceaseless Space Invaders would never stop com..."
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